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“Its been years since I had seen Lindell and I was so sorry to hear of his passing. He was a wonderful man and devout Christian. ”
1 of 5 | Posted by: Mary Eileen (Ferguson) Hileman - WA

“I had the privilege of meeting Lindell and Audrey only a few times when they visited Uncle Raymond and Aunt Lois both in Uvalde and Big Spring but...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Kent Reed - Camdenton , MO

“I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Ferguson about a year and a half or so. I was his home health nurse and came to visit him one morning. When I...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Leah Montgomery - Georgetown, TX

“In his last few years before and after he had stopped driving, I would take him places around town and sometimes to the doctors. There is a...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Paul Basham - Georgetown, TX

“If you knew Brother Fergie you knew he liked to talk and tell stories. I have fun memories as a girl coming to stay with he and MS Fergie during the...Read More »
5 of 5 | Posted by: Mendy Bowman Stogsdill - Abilene, TX


Reverend Lindell Ferguson was born October 11, 1920 in Eden, Texas and was the son of Reverend Ben and Cora Ferguson. Lindell was called to heaven, Friday, July 6, 2012 while on vacation in Arkansas with his two daughters and went to be with his darling wife, Audrey.

He was united in marriage to Audrey Underwood on December 23, 1939 and with this union was born two daughters, Elaine and Linda. His beloved wife Audrey preceded him in death.

Reverend Ferguson accepted Christ as his personal savior at the age of 12 in the Cadiz Baptist Church near Beeville, Texas. Later he surrendered to preach and entered Howard Payne University in 1946. Following his graduation he spent two years in the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminar and pastored churches all these years while attending college. The last seventeen years of his ministry, God called him into Bi-vocational work. He received his Masters degree in social work from Our Lady of the Lake College in San Antonio, Texas and worked as a Social Licensed Professional Counselor. He then obtained his doctorate as a Licensed Psychotherapist while pastoring part-time. Throughout his profession, he remained a compassionate and caring person, husband, father, grandfather, friend and minister.

Reverend Ferguson also had two sisters and four brothers who preceded him in death. He is survived by his two daughters, Elaine Caskey of Georgetown and Linda Hodges of Austin.

The greatest joy in his life was his family and friends. He shared a quick and witty humor with all that he met. He was a devoted Christian that loved his Lord and his church. He was even teaching a Sunday school class the week before his death.

He is survived by his daughters, Elaine Caskey and husband Jim of Georgetown; Linda Hodges and Morton Gold of Austin. His grandchildren, Michael and wife, Jennifer Caskey of Houston, Michelle and husband, Mark Graham of Austin; Angie and husband, Scott Nations of Georgetown; Matthew Hodges and wife, Patti of Austin and Robert Hodges. His great grandchildren are Caitlynn Caskey; Kennedy and Walker Caskey; Tripp, Ella and Evie Graham; Avery, Kendall and Brody Hodges.

Viewing will be held at Ramsey Funeral Home in Georgetown, Texas on Tuesday, July 10th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Services will be held at Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown, Texas on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 10:00am with graveside services at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Pallbearers are Michael Caskey, Mark Graham, Tripp Graham, Robert Hodges, Matthew Hodges, Morton Gold and Scott Nations.

You are invited to share a message or memory in the memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com.

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